Hi, dear readers.
As my summer starts early, I've decided to make the most of the opportunity by being as productive as possible. This involves pestering my parents and friends (or frankly anybody that will accompany me) to come on adventures. My summer adventures.
Last Saturday's adventure included a day trip to Silverston circuit where we watched a series of qualifying rounds and races. It was refreshing to head to a destination other than a shopping centre or a cinema, and I would recommend it as a family day out.
Now, I'm hardly a grease-monkey, but I must admit I get watery-mouthed at the mere mention of certain automobiles. MG Midgets, old Triumph bikes, Chevy Cameros. More like automobabes. That's right, I fangirl over much more than just Topshop cutout boots. To my delight, there was a beautiful range of cars racing, such as Citroen 2CV6s, retro Minis and of course a rainbow of MGs. I have already vowed to own an MG Midget one day. Broom broom.
After admiring the drifts and skids of the racing drivers, we drove through Towcester where we visited the most beautiful shop. It was a celestial palace of vintage miscellaneous. I will definitely be returning with a suitcase of money and hired van. Buy buy buy. Kooky havens like this make it so easy to slip into the hoarding lifestyle. Buy buy buy.
Isn't it beautiful? I'd really like to return to buy a working typewriter and polaroid camera.